Verizon’s mmWave 5G network, part of its home broadband strategy, is either meeting its ‘intended purpose’ or faces ‘low success’ in achieving significant profitability, depending on which study you read. The independent study indicates that Verizon 5g technology is a failure, the study funded by a company selling 5g equipment, says is positive on 5g.
— Read on www.broadbandworldnews.com/document.asp
Delaware Online ran the following story linked below, byline of Emily Lytle.
Key Point: “if the town and its residents have shown anything over the past year, and earlier, it’s that they’re not afraid to take a stand for Dewey Beach and its landscape.”
Coastal Stewards will continue to help Dewey Beach navigate this difficult process.
Five 5G poles on the dunes in Dewey Beach will be moved, according to a settlement reached by Verizon and Dewey residents Alex Pires, Diane Cooley and John Snow, who filed a class-action lawsuit against the telecom in June. Pires said Dec. 2 that…
— Read on www.capegazette.com/article/agreement-reached-5g-pole-lawsuit-dewey-beach/231741
The 5g towers in the Dewey Beach area have continued to be of great controversy. The beaches are closed at night, are mostly empty in the offseason so why is Verizon continuing to install towers on the Beaches when other alternatives on existing poles are available?
See the four short videos for the background of this issue.